6 A Sudden Blizzard

A Sudden Blizzard

Posted on March 11, 2013 by tim

Two big Siberian cities in Russia are connected by a good road in between. Today you can’t pass there because of nine feet snow. Above you can see it as of now, below – how it used to look in summer.

They say there are already casualties of people buried right in their cars…


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6 Responses to “A Sudden Blizzard”

  1. Scud-werfer says:

    thats when you need a tank!!^^

  2. Ded Pihto says:

    it was sudden alright………….because in Russia EVERYTHING is sudden, including inclement whether that can be predicted at least 24 hours in advance nowadays.

  3. Richard S. says:

    Wow! No reliable snow removal equipment. Only remedy?… Time!

  4. Laran says:

    I see one the cars has had its headlight protector removed too use as a shovel.I’m surprised your cars are not equiped with a shovel and some other survival gear in the boot.
    I live in a hot country so I always have a water supply in my car along with a few other things just in case.perhaps these people could have freed their cars enough to corall them for shelter?

  5. Krapik says:

    All They have shovels), but no sense to dig, since snow many kilometers.

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